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 Lee Fritz Randolph  (1880 - 1956)

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Lived/Active: California/Ohio      Known for: landscape, portrait, printmaker

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Lee Randolph is noted for his Impressionist landscapes and portraits. He was born in 1880 in Ravenna, Ohio. He started his art training at Stevenson Art School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and later studied under Frank Duvenek and Thomas Noble at the Cincinnati Art Academy. In New York City Randolph attended the Art Students League where Kenny Cox and George Bridgeman were his instructors. He traveled to Europe for ten years of art study, spending time in Paris, France, and Rome, Italy. In Paris he studied at Academie Julian under the instruction of Jean Paul Laurens and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Bonnat and Marson. Randolph relocated to California in 1913 where he stayed briefly in the Monterey area before settling in San Francisco. He became a member of the Bohemian Club and the California Society of Etchers. In the winter 1915 he taught at University of California, Berkeley, and in 1917 he began a twenty-five year position as director of the California School of Fine Arts. In 1915 he received a bronze medal at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. He exhibited at the Del Monte Art Gallery (1916), the Oakland Art Gallery (1916), the Paris Salon (1935), and the San Francisco Art Association (1916). He spent most of his later years in the Carmel area where he was an active member of the Carmel Art Association. He died in Salinas, California in 1956.

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Born in Ravenna, OH on June 3, 1880. Randolph studied at the Stevenson Art School in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati Art Academy under Duveneck and Noble, and the ASL in NYC under Cox and Bridgman. He then spent four years studying in Rome and six years in Paris at Académie Julian under Laurens and Ecole des Beaux Arts under Bonnat and Merson. His first visit to California was in 1909, but it was in 1913 that he relocated there, living for a while on the Monterey Peninsula and then in San Francisco. He taught at UC Berkeley in 1915-16 and in 1917 began a 25 year tenure as director of the CSFA. Upon retirement, Randolph again lived in Carmel where he was active with the local art association. He died in Monterey, CA on Sept. 3, 1956. Member: Chicago Society of Etchers; Buffalo Society of Artists; Calif. Society of Etchers; Bohemian Club. Exh: Sorosis Club, 1913; PPIE, 1915 (medal); SFAA, 1916, 1919 (silver medal); Del Monte Art Gallery; Oakland Art Gallery, 1916; Beaux Arts Gallery (SF), 1926-31; Bohemian Club, 1928, 1932, 1935, 1946; AIC; Paris Salon; SFMA Inaugural, 1935; GGIE, 1939; Foundation of Western Art, 1941. In: De Young Museum; Utah State Univ.; Oakland Museum; Museum of Modern Art (Paris); Luxembourg Museum (Paris); Mills College (Oakland).
Source:
Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
Art in California (R. L. Bernier, 1916); American Art Annual 1919-33; Who's Who in California 1928; Who's Who in American Art 1936-41; California Art Research, 20 volumes; Artists of the American West (Doris Dawdy); Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs, et Graveurs (Bénézit, E).
Nearly 20,000 biographies can be found in Artists in California 1786-1940 by Edan Hughes and is available for sale ($150). For a full book description and order information please click here.

Biography from William A. Karges Fine Art - Carmel:
Lee Fritz Randolph was born in Ravenna, Ohio, in 1880. He was a well studied landscape artist, having spent time at Stevenson School in Pittsburgh, the Art Students League in New York, Cincinnati Art Academy, as well as Rome and Paris.

In 1913 Randolph settled in California, where he was Director of the California School of Fine Arts for 25 years.

Randolph continued to paint and was active in the Carmel art scene following his retirement from teaching.

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